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    Many writers are asking the questions: how can I continue to do the work I love in a new environment, one in which so many of the rules have changed? How might I need...
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    p style="text-align: left;"> Join a fabulous conversation on how creative women...anda Leeke, an author, artist, and DC Social Media Examiner, will serve as the moderator for Sisterhood the Blog'...
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  • I definitely agree with Amy's advice. I tend to do my development writing in a journal, as I always have it with me (except when I run, when I have a folded paper and...
  • I think I can best answer this by first saying that when I clean out my purse, I go through every item and make a decision about whether to discard it or find it a new...
  • Because I keep my word, Michelle: I hear you, on this one, but do think (agree with you?) that it comes down to individual personalities, and where a writer is in her...